If I write my bio half will show me to have been the most luck guy alive. The other half will be the converse. I have three grown daughters and two granddaughters in Atlanta. Fortunately, they are all smarter than me.
I hope to work until my last day but sometimes I think I should stop and smell the flowers. But I do play in the mud every week and what little boy wouldnt like that. I'm a decorative artist in New Orleans, but I was a stockbroker, University Instructor, Auctioneer, Realtor (I once had 45 agents) Paperboy (a very long time ago), author, landlord, and mortgage broker, among other things. Life has been good.
I've had cancer, surgery, chemo and been hit by lightening. After the lightening my wife said "we're starcrossed, I'm leaving." I talk with her every day, but only in my mind.
I've learned to play duplicate bridge, but I'm not too good. But I am fighting senility. I traveled a lot in Europe and I hope to go back for my 30th visit sometime.
I met one lady and she said "tell me about your life". I did and she fell asleep. I think she didn't want to here that much, but she said she couldn't believe it all so she dozed of.
I invited a lady over to watch a parade go by and she brought a date. I guess I don't understand socializing today.
I like to do things like go to the museum, fide a ferry, sell at art shows, watch movies and ...